Our projects are led by a Malaysian scientist with multiple patents along with the support of visionary investors such as the Government of Oman. Discover some of our research & projects aimed to benefit humanity.
Frankincense has long been regarded as a traditional medicine in the Middle East and many other parts of the world. Recent scientific research has indicated that various bioactive compounds may be responsible for its multitude of observed healing properties. The use of nanoliposome delivery will allow for oral delivery with payload release at the right part of the gastrointestinal tract for superior bioavailability.
For the past few years, the Omani abalone has been experiencing declining harvests despite closed seasons being enforced in the southern coastline of the Sultanate of Oman. We are putting together a multidisciplinary team of ecologists, marine scientists and aquaculture experts to embark on a long term program to conduct stock assessment that will translate later into stock enhancement to benefit rural folk, particularly marginalized women in fisherman communities.
Lybica Ventures is collaborating with a leading functional proteomics company based in Malaysia that uses cutting edge technology from Cambridge University. This is a patented biochip technology that is highly accurate and uses multiple epitopes. Seroprevalence is important in both the monitoring of antibody build-up in vaccinated individuals as well as the general exposed population. This same technology has been used in Qatar and will soon be introduced to Oman’s Ministry of Health.